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DePaul Art Museum

Exhibition Detail
Group Exhibition
1968: Art and Politics in Chicago
Curated by: Patricia Kelly
935 W. Fullerton
Chicago, IL 60614


September 18th, 2008 - November 23rd, 2008
 
Who You/Yeah Baby, Ray JohnsonRay Johnson, Who You/Yeah Baby,
1968, Oil and collage on canvas, 30 1/8 x 24 1/4 in.
© Collection of DePaul University Art Museum, Art Acquisition Endowment Photograph by Tom van Eynde
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Forty years after the tumultuous and transformative events of the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, this exhibition examines the diverse responses, both political and material, of artists in that moment. The exhibit will include the seldom-seen sculpture by Barnett Newman entitled Lace Curtain for Mayor Daley and will bring together approximately forty works from the time, as well as protest posters, film, photographs and documents.

The exhibition and accompanying programs are supported in part by a grant from The Terra Foundation for American Art.


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